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PostSubject: Amateur radios serves as Jackson County’s backup in disasters   Thu Dec 29, 2011 4:30 am

When disaster strikes, sometimes it comes down to old-school radio technology to save the day.

The planners of the state-of-the-art Jackson County emergency dispatch center off Biddle Road recognized this and made space where volunteer amateur radio operators could provide the last line of defense in case of catastrophe.

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